Inserting new keyboard shortcuts??

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Inserting new keyboard shortcuts??

Postby clgy15 on Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:14 pm

Hey everybody, I recently switched to KDE and love it except that the shortcuts are alittle odd to handle and leave out alot of applications. For instance I would like to set a general play/pause shortcut, a next and back shortcut. But for some reason the only shortcuts for those buttons are for amorake and I use rhythmbox. Also I would like to set keyboards to start different applications from the ones listed. So any ideas how I would do something like this??
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Re: Inserting new keyboard shortcuts??

Postby vncntblack on Sat Mar 20, 2010 2:23 am

There is a full list of keyboard shortcuts near the end of the help file. I'm afraid the items you mention don't have a shortcut.
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Re: Inserting new keyboard shortcuts??

Postby NarcT on Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:01 pm

You can set a general shortcut for Play/Pause, Next, Stop buttons. I too was trying to get this functionality in KDE and wrote a tutorial on how to do this. My system just feels better with global media keys.

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